|A Poetical Whimsy - Tim Keeton|
An original poem by (Undead)Poet, Tim Keeton, Copyright (c)2010.
Keywords: Undead Poets; Poetical; Whimsy
|Steve Mazza, Sculptor, Art Waves #79|
If you've seen rabbits in business suits around the Hamilton area, you've seen the work of sculptor Steve Mazza. For a whimsical discussion about everything from self-portraiture to scale, tune in to this episode of Art Waves.
Keywords: sculpture; self-portraits; whimsy; scale; materials
|Davy and the Goblin - Charles Edward Carryl|
LibriVox recording of Davy and the Goblin by Charles Edward Carryl. Read in English by Lynne Thompson; Frances Brown; maryagneskatherine; Claudia Salto; pjhoury; Larry Wilson; Anastasiia Solokha Eight-year-old Davy reads Lewis Carroll's novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and begins to get very sleepy. Suddenly a goblin appears in the fire and takes Davy on a "believing voyage" much like Alice's own adventures in Wonderland, where he meets many characters from fantasy and literature...
Keywords: librivox; audiobooks; Christmas; wonderland; goblin; whimsy
|Art & Politics: Amy Franceschini - Shaping San Francisco|
Amy Franceschini is a pollinator who creates formats for exchange and production that question and challenge the social, cultural and environmental systems that surround her. An overarching theme in her work is a perceived conflict between humans and nature. Her projects reveal the ways that local politics are affected by globalization. In 1995, Amy founded Futurefarmers, an international collective of artists...
Keywords: art; farm; agriculture; urban; food; politics; commodity; whimsy
|Droozle by Frank Banta - Roy Trumbull|
You know the story of the man, the woman, and the snake? Well, it's not that one. This snake serves as a ballpoint pen and has literary ambitions. The text for this story is at www.gutenberg.org
Keywords: sci-fi; fantasy; Frank Banta; audio book; snake; ballpoint; whimsy
|Brian Kelly, Found Objects Sculptor, Art Waves #117|
Brian Kelly blends art and recycling to create something entirely new which speaks to the oldest impulses within us. He and his work are full of curiously satisfying contradictions, like serious humor. As whimsical as the sculptures he makes, Kelly will keep you slightly off-balance with his deeply felt, eccentric answers in Art Waves #117.
Keywords: sculpture; found materials; metaphor; whimsy; Workers' Arts and Heritage Centre; AOCA; FUNCO; UN Conference on the Human Environment; Raymond Scott; Phil Kline; Ethel